Part 3. Applying Paint to the Deck. Mask off the walls, railings, and windows near the deck with painter's tape. Cover all walls and doors with plastic sheets. Wait for a time of day when the deck is in the shade. Apply 1-2 coats of exterior stain to the deck and let it dry overnight.
Using a stain and sealer remover on any wood that's previously been finished with paint, stain, or a clear sealer. Applying a deck wash product to completely clean all wood surfaces. Allow to dry thoroughly, at least 48 hours. Sanding any ridges or lifted grain with 80-grit sandpaper; cleaning up any dust.
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